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Title: Warehouse Warriors Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: 2003 Host: Ed Del Grande.
Summary: "Warehouse Warriors" is a fun, unique series that pits two teams of do-it-yourselfers in identically well-stocked warehouses, racing against time and each other to design and build a winning home improvement project. The project is a secret until the cameras roll, when the teams, using only their wits, brawn and the help of a carpenter assigned to each, have eight hours to complete their project.  Host:
Web Links: Warehouse Warriors

Title: Weekend Decorating Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host: Nancy Golden
Summary: "Weekend Decorating" features challenging, innovative decorating projects for the experienced DIYer. Each half-hour episode in the series shows how to transform an ordinary room into a beautifully decorated space. A boring family room becomes a Moroccan den; an unused space becomes a home gym with the installation of large mirrors and workout equipment; and a wall mural and storage containers transform a run-of-the mill garage into a fun space and storeroom.
Web Links: Weekend Decorating

Title: Weathering the Storm Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host: Pete Delkus
Summary: "Weathering the Storm" helps homeowners prepare for nature's fury and minimize the damage to their property and gives them tips and procedures for cleaning up and making repairs after the storm. Each episode of this five-part miniseries deals with a distinct natural threat: tornadoes, hurricanes and high winds, wildfires, ice, snow and extreme cold, and floods. DIY experts provide detailed information and specific project ideas to help you prepare your home and surroundings before the storm hits and important tips and techniques for quickly and safely cleaning up the damage and making the necessary repairs after a natural disaster.
Web Links: Weathering the Storm

Title: Weekend Remodeling Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host:  Fuad Reveiz  (a former NFL player
          turned contractor)
Summary: "Weekend Remodeling" shows you how with a little bit of prep work, intermediate level home improvement projects can be done in just two days. Projects could include transforming a storage attic to a bedroom or office, installing a skylight, building a kitchen eating area into a bay window, using glass blocks to create a dramatic wall or window, replacing a tub with a standing, tiled shower, or laying hardwood floor with border over linoleum in a kitchen.
Web Links: Weekend Remodeling

Title: Weekend Warriors Network: Home & Garden Television (HGTV)
Year: 2003 Host: Chris McWatt. Brien Blakely
Summary:  ()"Weekend Warriors" celebrates the do-it-yourself trend with a cinema-verite look at people planning, doing and completing weekend home-improvement projects. This series follows such do-it-yourselfers as apartment-dwellers, homeowners, couples, singles and families through the stages of a project to its successful (or even unsuccessful) completion.
Web Links: Weekend Warriors

Title: What You Get for the Money Network: Home & Garden Television (HGTV)
Year: 2004 Host: Mike Siegel
Summary: "What You Get for the Money" tells personal stories, investigates varied lifestyles and explores communities while boldly answering the invasive question: "How much did that cost?" From a 500-square-foot urban dwelling to a five-bedroom rural house, find out what your money really can buy.
Web Links: What You Get for the Money

Title: While You Were Out Network:Discovery Channel
Year: 2002 Host: Evan Farmer
Summary: "While You Were Out" is the show that can make dreams happen. This is the program that will complete home design projects and surprise at least one of the family members who lives there.  A homeowner and our staff of designers and handy-people really do the work. All the surprises are real. Hosted by architect Evan Farmer the show features the support staff of carpenters (Ali Barone, Andrew Dan-Jumbo, Jason Cameron, and Leslie Segrete), and designers (Chayse Dacoda, John Bruce, Nadia Geller, and Mark Montano).
Web Links: While You Were Out

Title: Winter Gardener Network: Home & Garden Television (HGTV)
Year: N/A Host: John Cretti
Summary: "Winter Gardener" provides viewers with gardening ideas and projects that are targeted to the specific week in which that episode airs, starting with prepping for the winter and concluding at the onset of spring. Based at the Denver Botanic Gardens, this weekly series also includes field segments from around the country profiling various winter gardens and gardeners.
Web Links: Winter Gardener

Title: Wood Works Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host: David Marks.
Summary:  "Wood Works" is an entertaining and informative guide to one of America's most popular hobbies - furniture making. Wood Works takes you step- by-step through the construction of uniquely beautiful woodworking projects. You'll get great tips on various woodworking techniques such as mortise & tenon joinery as well as how to cut fine wood veneers. The series is geared toward the intermediate to advanced woodworker.
Web Links: Wood Works

Title: Woodsculpting Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host: N/A
Summary: "Woodsculpting" takes carvers - whether beginners or master wood-carving artists - from pocket knife to chainsaw. Explore the basic tools used in wood carving and learn tips and techniques for carving, sawing, filing, rasping, shaping, sanding and finishing, to name a few. Whether you whittle tiny creations or shape large sculptures, our experts show how to transform simple wood pieces into works of art in this five-part series.
Web Links: Woodsculpting

Title: Woodworking Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host: Bruce Johnson
Summary: "Woodworking" guides you through the steps, tips and techniques for all kinds of do-it-yourself woodworking projects. Bruce also discusses the challenges, costs and time associated with each project. The projects in this series include building an Arts & Crafts coffee table, dining table, rustic porch swing, Swedish wall shelf, Adirondack chair and Molly Brown parlor table, among others.
Web Links: Woodworking

Title: Woodworking Techniques Network: Do It Yourself (DIY)
Year: N/A Host: Dave Hout
Summary: "Woodworking Techniques" explains, illustrates and demonstrates intermediate and advanced projects to a student woodworker, allowing the viewing audience to learn these skills along with the student. From solid wood blocks to laminated wood combinations, viewers follow along as our expert host demonstrates the tools, techniques and talents of fine woodworking on the lathe.
Web Links: Woodworking Techniques

Title: Woodwright's Shop Network: Public Broadcasting System (PBS)
Year: 1985- Host: Roy Underhill
Summary: "The Woodwright's Shop", where the lathe is humming, the living is easier, and the spirit of the traditional woodworker's tools and techniques thrives. Host Roy Underhill's formidable woodworking skills, love of teaching and irrepressible charm transform The Woodwright's Shop into part history lesson, part entertainment show. As of 2005, the Woodwright's Shop celebrates over 20 years of original programming designed to teach traditional woodworking skills to millions of national public television viewers in more than 200 markets.
Web Links: Woodwright's Shop

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